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Lightweight, low-cut climbing shoes for varied terrain.

A versatile approach shoe for running, climbing and hiking fast in the outdoors. Lightweight and flexible, these women's outdoor shoes feature a breathable mesh upper and abrasion-resistant weldings to keep feet dry and protected. ADIPRENE®+ in the forefoot helps propel you forward. The moulded OrthoLite® sockliner is treated to resist odour as it cushions the foot. A Stealth® rubber toe cap and climbing zone maximise rock contact, while a TRAXION™ outsole provides optimal grip over rocks and trails.
  • Benefit: Stealth
  • Weight: 10.6 oz (300 gm)
  • Open mesh upper for maximum breathability
  • Abrasion-resistant weldings for extra durability
  • ADIPRENE®+ in the forefoot maintains propulsion and efficiency
  • Rubber toe cap for protection while bouldering or scrambling; Combi lace construction for a snug fit and more secure closure; Lace Bungee stows laces to help avoid tangling
  • Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite® sockliner; ADIPRENE® under the heel for superior cushioning at impact
  • Rearfoot TRAXION™ outsole for optimal grip in all directions; Forefoot Stealth® rubber outsole for unbeatable grip
TERREX SOLO WOMEN'S HIKING BOOT is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The sizes are HUGE (possibly in mens)! I was so excited to try out these shoes but when they arrived in the mail they were enormous! I'm an 8.5 (39 EUR) in most brands and 8.5 in Adidas womens runners; in some brands I get a 9 so I can fit my orthotics. I ordered and 8.5 thinking the size would be the same as the runners but they are a full inch too long. On the tag it says Terrex Solo W 8.5 or 40 and 2/3 EUR, which much be the mens size because 8.5 US W = 39 EUR in any sizing chart I've ever seen. I'm disappointed as they look like they would be a great approach shoe and they feel very light even in the gigantic size. They probably work very well but make sure you buy it from a store where you can try it on or order several sizes smaller than you would normally wear. I will try to exchange them for a smaller size.
Date published: 2016-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like everything about the shoe! After reading most of the reviews I sized down to an 8 only to return them for the size I normally wear, 9. That was due to needing a wide enough toe area..since having surgery on my foot/toe, width is important. Though a tad big length wise, this is not a problem. I've been wearing them for the past 2 weeks, hiking, some easy bouldering/traversing on rock, and everyday wear. So what I love is the fit, the airy-ness (my feet do not get so hot/sweaty in them), lightness, grip and tread, and the look. They have a sneaker look and function as a lightweight hiker/approach shoe for me. Since I also like the all-black ones (men's), I'll be ordering those in the future. I was first interested in these when a climb buddy raved about his.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe! I bought this shoe about a month ago to wear as approach shoes. I'm a climber and having a high quality approach shoe that's light and low profile as well as comfortable for hours on end is very important. I've worn it on a few trails now and I have to say it's one of the best approach shoes I've owned and is now my go to shoe. I like a low profile shoe to protect my ankles on the trails and this shoe fits that bill. I like that it has climbing rubber on the forefoot of the shoes for scrambling and traction on the rocks, but has hiking lugs on the heel of the shoe for traction on ground cover. That's the best of both worlds. Climbing rubber is great for traction on dry rock, but can be perilous on wet rock or ground cover. Hiking lugs are awesome for hiking on the ground, but lack the traction on rock. I also like the reinforced toes for those unexpected roots that I seem to always find the hard way. :) Based on previous reviews, I ordered a half size smaller than I normally would wear and the fit is perfect.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sporty and Rugged I saw these shoes and I knew I had to have them. And that doesn't happen to me all that often. They are a perfect mix between a classic Adidas sneaker and a trail shoe. They do run wider, which is great for my feet and awesome that I didn't have to return them! I am normally a size 7.5 extra wide and an 8 works great for me (there is a little toe room in the front). I'm still breaking them in. The heel is pretty stiff, but the shoe is lightweight and very comfortable. I purchased in the blue/grey color.
Date published: 2017-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent lightweight approach shoes I love these so much! They are comfortable to wear every day, but make excellent climbing/scrambling shoes. They are very sticky and the toe is great for easy crack or face climbing. I do recommend going a full size down as they run bag AND you'll want a tighter fit for climbing. I am normally a size 7.5 and get size 7 in all adidas Outdoor shoes. I ordered these in a 7 and almost wish I had size 6.5. The 7s are great and comfortable, but I think I'd be able to do more climbing in them if they were just a bit tighter.
Date published: 2017-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits great AND looks great I've been looking for some well-fitting approach shoes for some time now. I've tried a bunch from the usual climbing brands but found them to be ugly and they had a horrible fit. These look more like fashionable sneakers but are completely functional. The grip is awesome and they're comfortable. I'm not sure I'd want to climb offwidths in them though because I'm concerned about the durability of the mesh material. I'm a size 7 in most shoes and I have slightly wide feet. I pretty much never wear a 6.5 but I got the 6.5 and they are still slightly too long. The width is great. If you have narrow feet I think you'd need to size down a whole size. I think these would be great for easy 5th class climbing, hiking, and some trail running as well.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Shoe; Not Standard Sizing I read the reviews before purchasing and many mentioned the inconsistent sizing. I am typically a size 7 in my street shoes so I ordered these in a 6.5, 6, and 5.5 to be safe. The 5.5 fit me the best. Unfortunately, one of the shoes came with a misshapen toe cap that pinched my big toe. I sent all the shoes back, but will be reordering the 5.5's to see if I have more luck with another pair. The stealth rubber seems great for hiking on slippery quartzite!
Date published: 2017-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Orange! Run large...size down....great shoe though It is nice to have a super sticky approach shoe that is so breathable and light weight. I wanted to get the blue color but they were out of stock...I went with the orange and they are very bright! Love the shoe though and everybody will be able to see my feet coming. I've found Adidas shoes to run BIG. I typically wear an 8 or 39. I ordered a 7 in these and I think I actually could have even gotten a 6.5...I'd suggest sizing down a full size!
Date published: 2017-08-31
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